Android 3.2 is now official. In late June, We’ve seen the announcement of World’s first Android 3.2 Honeycomb running Huawei MediaPad tablet, which slated for Q3 release. A few days ago, Google has started rolling out the Android 3.2 update for the Wi-Fi Motorola Xoom tablets, and Google have also made available of some GPL portions of Android 3.2 source code. Finally, the Android Developer Team has tweeted that Google’s tablet friendly operating system – Android 3.2 Honeycomb SDK is now available for everyone to access and download it. Developers can download all of the resources that they need to get started with the making of apps for it.
Some Of The Highlights Android 3.2 Honeycomb:
# Support for 7-inch sized Android OS powered tablets.
# Official Micro-SD card access support.
# Providing the Zoom to fill screen function for non-tablet applications.
# Optimizations for a wider range of tablets.
# Extended screen support API.
You can download the Android 3.2 SDK from the following links and dig into it
Besides finally making Android 3.2 official, Google has also released a new version of the SDK with an updated Eclipse plug-in ADT 12, and a new version of the Android NDK. You can download these two new version from the following links.